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Last Call for I.T. Young Bloods Contest

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The submission deadline for the first “Health I.T. Young Bloods” contest, sponsored by Health Data Management, will be Tuesday, May 29. The contest recognizes the technology accomplishments of clinicians, administrators and I.T. staff in the health care industry. Staff members age 35 years or younger who work for health care delivery systems, physician group practices, health plans, government or regulatory agencies, member associations and data exchanges are eligible (employees of I.T. software, services and consulting firms are not eligible). The program honors up and coming staff whose work has benefited their organization in a demonstrable way.

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